Calling all foodies, wine enthusiasts, and culinary aficionados! Mark your calendar for Charleston Restaurant Week. Don't miss out on the epicurean event of a lifetime. This is one of the most anticipated weeks in the South Carolina Lowcountry! Whether you are craving something sweet, savory, or anything in between, this one-of-a-kind event will please every palate. With over 50 participating restaurants, there are an abundance of restaurant options available.
If you’re traveling to Charleston to attend, make sure to download our free Sea Island vacation guide. It is full of great recommendations for area activities, events, and accommodations. Below, you will more information on Charleston restaurant week, a semi-annual celebration of Charleston restaurants.
Your Guide to Charleston Restaurant Week
What Is Charleston Restaurant Week?
The participating restaurants offer prix fixe lunch and dinner menus ranging from $20 to $50. This is a great and affordable way to sample some of the Holy City’s top restaurants. Each restaurant has a custom menu featuring three to four courses. From savory dishes like shrimp and grits to sweet classics like pecan pie, you can expect a little bit of everything on the menu.
When Is Restaurant Week in Charleston?
The highly anticipated culinary events of Charleston Restaurant Week take place semi-annually in January and September. September is the next scheduled Charleston Restaurant Week. Charleston restaurant week includes 10 days of mouthwatering cuisine to sample for lunch or dinner! You will want to make reservations so you don’t miss out on Charleston’s best and most affordable dining options.
September 8-18, 2022 is Charleston Restaurant Week for Fall 2022. (January 2023 Charleston Restaurant Week dates are January 12-22, 2023)
The following are just a glimpse of what you can expect to see during Charleston Restaurant Week. For a full list of participating restaurants, make sure to check out their website.
Mount Pleasant, Isle of Palms
- Crave Kitchen and Cocktails (creative dishes featuring seasonal, sustainable ingredients from a variety of area farms)
- Coastal Provisions (seafood, chops, and crafted cocktails inside the Boardwalk Inn's lobby at Isle of Palms
- Florence's Lowcountry Kitchen (southern classics in a casual, family-friendly atmosphere)
James Island/Folly Beach
- Jalisco Taqueria & Tequila
(tacos, plates & delicious margaritas)
- Blu Folly Beach (one of Charleston's only oceanfront restaurants featuring seafood and regional favorites) 3 for $45
Johns Island, Kiawah Island & Seabrook Island
- Forty-Eight Wine Bar
(fine wine, craft beer, charcuterie, and small plates)
Live Near It All on Kiawah or Seabrook Island
Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island offer a unique combination of peacefulness and exclusivity that is only 30 minutes away from the bustling Holy City. When you purchase a home on one of these beloved Charleston sea islands, you’ll also enjoy easy access to the area’s best restaurants, world-renowned cuisine, most beautiful beaches, resort-style shopping, and luxury amenities.